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									Summary of public security and police related articles in Zeta, Tijuana (Jan - July 2009)
Compiled by D. Sabet

Vol.      Dates            Title
1814      Dec.31-Jan. 8    Atrapan más policías




1814      Dec.31-Jan. 8    BC: Tercer lugar en
                           asesinatos violentos.

1815      Jan. 9-Jan. 15   Los Arellano expuestos



1815      Jan. 9-Jan. 15   Narcotraficantes
                           atacan poder publico




1816      Jan. 16-Jan. 22 Continúa guerra del
                          CAF
1817   Jan. 23-Jan. 29 Policías y mafiosos, los
                       secuestradores




1818   Jan. 30-Feb. 6   El Teo huyó caminando




1819   Feb. 6-Feb. 12   Se Escaparon Otra
                        Vez:




1819   Feb. 6-Feb. 12    Policías: Removidos
                        pero no Consignados




1820   Feb. 13-Feb. 20 Los del CAF en Los
                       Ángeles:



1821   Feb. 20-Feb. 26 Federales protegen a
                       sicarios del Ingeniero:




1821   Feb. 20-Feb. 26 Tiradero de cadáveres
1821   Feb. 20-Feb. 26 Ministeriales los
                       capturaron y liberaron
                       a una víctima
1822   Feb. 27-Mar. 5 Testigos protegidos:
                       Confiesan asesinatos y
                       delatan a policía




1823   Mar. 6-Mar. 12   Lugartenientes: Los
                        tuvieron y los dejaron
                        ir.




1823   Mar. 6-Mar. 12 Los números de la
                      Secretaría de
                      Seguridad:
1824   Mar. 13-Mar.20 El Kaibil exhibió al CAF
                      y al Gobierno




1824   Mar. 13-Mar.20 Las comunicaciones
                      del narcotráfico

1825   Mar. 20-Mar. 26 Las operaciones de los
                       Zambada en BC
1825   Mar. 20-Mar. 26 Gobierno ineficiente e
                       incumplido , Rosario
                       Mosso Castro




1826   Mar. 27-Apr. 2   Los acusan de repartir
                        dinero del narco




1827   Apr 3-Apr 7      CAF controla fuerza
                        pública




1827   Apr 3-Apr 7      Extorsiones sin control:
1828   Apr 8-Apr 16    Golpean al narco,
                       Rosario Mosso Castro




1829   Apr 17-Apr 23   El doble filo de la Ley

1830   Apr. 24-30      CAF: Detenidos sin
                       cargos




1831   May 1-May 7     CAF amenaza a
                       Leyzaola




1832   May 8-May 14    27 policías más
                       consignados:



1833
1834   May 22-May28    Asesinados por no
                       aceptar teléfono




1835
1836   June 5-June 11 El crimen organizado
                      se desorganizó




1837   June 12-June   Lo pusieron
       18




1838   June 19-June   Policías en el Limbo
       25




1841   July 10-16     Asesinos de policías
                      siguen libres
e related articles in Zeta, Tijuana (Jan - July 2009)


             Summary
             In the last week of December, 21 people were assasinated in Tijuana. Based on ballistic analysis, the crimes
             were tied to two cells Ignacio Parra Ramos “La Perra” and Ángel Jácome Gamboa “El Kaibil,” both liuetenants for
             Teodoro García Simentel. (The guns were the same that had been used in assasinating three police in Rosarito
             and subcomandante operativo Samuel Martínez (of TJ?), a agente ministerial, and a municipal police.) In the
             wake of the attack two Tijuana police officers and a security guard in the detention facility were arrested. The
             arrests and connections with the homicides illustrate the difficulty in firing police suspected of being criminals.
             Luís Hernández Jaime had be put at puntos fijos and later suspended but was still on the nomina. SSPM had
             initiated 4 processes for his removal but none had been finalized by the Sindicatura. (1814).
             Summary Stats for 2008: 1,019 homicides in Baja California including 63 police. In April was the first dispute
             between El Teo and El Ingeniero. In Oct and Nov this became open war with a large spike in deaths from around
             50 a month to 185 in Oct and 245 in Nov. (Numbers don‟t quite add up)
               Los Arellano Expuestos: Fernando Sánchez Arellano is the son of Alicia Arellano Félix and has been formally in
             charge since the arrest of Francisco Javier Arellano Félix “El Tigrillo” in August 2006 with the support of his AUNT
             Enedina Arellano Félix. Fernando used the same lugartenientes of his uncle but the team gradually fell apart
             because of arrests, deaths, and finally the separation of El Teo.
             Narcotraficantes: Atacan Poder Público: Artículo sobre los asesinatos en Tijuana desde el inicio del año y la
             muerte de varios policías (4 police and administrativo en el Taller municipal), varios de los cuales no recibieron
             honores por sospechas de corrupción. Mentions that Teo might not have Sinaloa support anymore. Mentions
             that the liberated the ex-officer Luis Enrique Carrillo Osorio, who was detained by municipal police, let go,
             detained again and found in possession of an arm (in his car), then turned over to the feds and somehow the gun
             disappeared and he was released (Dec. 30). Target of Leyzaola and supposedly worked under La Perra with ex
             agente Raymundo (also Luis) Hernandez Jaime. Subjefe Héctor Eligio Alcántar had made the initial arrest and
             had been threatened for doing so (later alleged to be involved in organized crime - Zeta 1827). On Jan. 2 they
             tried to kill him, killing his escolta and wounding him. Threats had been broadcast over police radio including
             playing corridos dedicated to El Teo. Two other municipal police were killed Jan. 6. Apparently Leyzaola had
             made a statement that he would rather see corrupt police dead than in jail, and this was supposedly a response
             Continúa guerra del CAF: Artículo que detalla la guerra que continua entre miembros del CAF, además del apoyo
             del Cartel de Sinaloa. There was some thought that there had been a truce between the rival factions, a
             distancing of el Teo and Sinaloa, and an agreement to discontinue the leventamientos. But the military recently
             found in Mexicali a large shipment of ammunition that had apparently come from Sinaloa (although originated in
             US and crossed in AZ – according to PGJE). Another military search produced a million dollars from an
             anonymous tip that might have been given by a rival group. For Zeta 18 killings in a week suggests that there is
             no truce. Evidence suggests that the state has either been more successful against or has targeted Arellano over
             El Teo. Said that the DEA wanted list of the AFO organization (which includes el Teo) left off four important
             players, might be because they do not have arrest warrants for them. Apparently the cartels have made it public
             that any criminals operating in the city have to ask their permission and pay a percentage. Suggests that the city
             is divided into zones and sectors among the different criminal cells. Mentions that auto shops are specializing in
             supping up org crime vehicles, creating spaces for contraband, adding bullet proofing, and erasing serial
Un artículo de tamaño considerable sobre la participación de la policías en la industria del plagio en Tijuana, al
igual que información sobre sus modus operandi y la creciente cooperación e coordinación entre todos los
niveles de gobierno para combatir la practica. Secuestro is done at the cell levels. For example, Filiberto Parra
Ramos and Raydel Lopez Uriarte run a cell that are still involved in secuestro as a source of revenue. Municipal
police are involved: uses the term “delincuentes uniformados.” Details a Dec. 19 secuestro: police pulls over a
car, asks to step out of the vehicle, then kidnaps. In Jan. 15 case, ex officer Pérez is detained. He tries to
threaten and bribe his way out. He had been charged with taking care of the kidnap victim Berreto Luna and as a
result had not showed up for police work for a month. He was arrested in an operation that broke up the
kidnapping gang and arrested others. Evidence confiscated (vehicles and guns) links them to many other crimes.
Says that many of the arrests of people working for organized crime are low level guys, with little schooling, or
formal training that don‟t know what they are doing, are easier to catch, and provide information in interrogations.
Artículo que detalla el escape de Teodoro García Simental de las manos del ejercito, además el artículo adjunto
subraya la historia y la captura de Santiago Meza López, también conocido como el pozolero. El Teo was at a
three day party along with Las Multas y La Perra in Baja Seasons in La Misión just north of Ensenada. But all
three were able to escape before the military arrived. The suspicion is that they were tipped off by federal police,
where the information was not treated as delicate. Supposedly El Teo literally walked up the beach to a waiting
car. Instead they caught Santiago Meza López, El Pozolero and a couple other guys. He had worked for
Arellanos, but then went over to Teo. There was a reprisal a few days latter and the municipal delagation at La
Misión was shot up.
Artículo detalla nuevos intentos fallidos de captura en contra de Teodoro García Simental. Nuevamente, Zeta
acusa a miembros de la Policía Federal de colaboración con el crimen organizado. Teo was tipped off by federal
police January 22 (Baja Seasons), January 29, and February 1. Jan 22 was in a party. Jan. 29 was driving in a
caravan. Feb 1 in a party. Notes change in strategy – now they move in normal cars without arms rather than in
caravans of SUV‟s. In the aftermath of the Baja Sessions incident, the Enseñada police officer that responding to
tourist complaints had approached the party prior to the military‟s arrival was threatened with death over the
police radio. Jorge Julián Notni Ahuet, comisario de la PFP in Tijuana was attacked 5 de febrero but saved by a
bullet proof vehicle. Not clear why. Zeta thinks that he might have been involved in tipping off El Teo, but that
doesn‟t explain the atentado.
El último artículo detalla las demociones en contra de miembros de la policía y subraya que ha muchos policías
no se les ha procesado penalmente aunque son sacados de la fuerza pública por crímenes. Además, el artículo
incluye información sobre las alrededor de 70 demociones de personal. 70 police accused of state and federal
crimes but except for the 20 that the PGR took, they are not charged. Reiterated that police under suspicion are
assigned to the police station while investigations are ongoing. The police that resigned in January are also
included in the numbers because the authorities had begun investigations of them and they didn‟t want them to
be able to show up in another police force later. Some of the removed had failed their control de confianza
exams a year earlier but they had not been fired because there was no additional corroborating evidence. Of the
70 fired since November 20 are detained by SIEDO, 20 resigned, and there are 30 that the department got rid of.
It appears that 8 are in procesos penales, but Zeta doesn‟t credit the SSPM. Article has names and cases of
each of the officers.
Artículo sobre el movimiento de miembros del CAF en California sin enfrentar problema alguno de parte de las
autoridades Americanas. Además otros artículos sobre decomisos de drogas en Mexicali, un policía corrupto en
Tijuana y resultados de los esfuerzos anti-droga de la marina. The corrupt Tijuana officer (ex-jefe in Playas de
Tijuana) should have been picked up in the November SIEDO arrests but was at the National Academy taking a
course and was arrested on his return in Feb.
 Notes that federal police captured the head of a group of sicarios of García Simental Ernesto López “El Cano”
(who was pulled over for speeding). He is linked to several assasinations including that of Arias and Margarito
Saldaña. Article also discusses how 2-3 líderes de célula de Sánchez Arellano visited the aguas caliente casino
and the military was notified by a denuncia ciudadana, but when the arrived the suspects had already left.
Suggests that they had been first arrested by federal police and then let go for money. An estimated 250-300
federales operate in Tijuana and 400 in Baja California.
Notes place where 5 bodies have been dumped outside of Mexicali
Dos personas arrestadas que confesaron de trabajar como secuestradores para AFO under Sánchez Arellano.


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Provides examples of corrupt police that resigned when they were on the brink of being fired. Cerda Mora
resigned in Nov. 2008 after his supervisor was arrested in the SIEDO operation. There had been numerous
complaints against Tapero Ibarra who nonetheless remained on the force during the Hank Rhon administration.
When the new administration began the US alerted them to Tapero Ibarra. Leyzaola said that he was
investigating and consigned Tapero Ibarra to a punto fijo outside el Ocho, who immediately resigned and was
eventually arrested in the event mentioned the previous week. resigned when he recieved an order to meet with
Leyzaola. Also example of the argument that violence not being driven by the state response to organized crime
but relations between criminal groups. Notes that there is an acuerdo de no agresión entre las células del CAF.
“Los delitos no disminuyeron por una mayor presencia policíaca, que de hecho hay menos policías en Tijuana, o
por una estrategia de combate al crimen en el estado, los planes son los mismos; sino por una contracción de
las células criminales, que resultó de un cruento enfrentamiento que duró cuatro meses.”
Artículo adjunto contiene detalles sobre las cifras delictivas en Baja California y la reciente violencia en Tijuana.


Artículo sobre el arresto de Ángel Jácome Gamboa and his cell at a salón de fiestas (for quinciñera of neice) by
the military. Says that García Simental has returned to being a cell of CAF and works on transporting drugs and
secuestro. Provided information on 15 casas de seguridad, entregó a un secuestrador, y a seis policías en su
servicio, including the escolta of Osuna Millán. Jácome (El Kaibil) was one of three cell operators of García (other
two were El Muletas and La Perra, and Manuel García Simental “El Chiquilín” is the no. 2 man). Jácome‟s célula
has 26 personas but La Perra and El Muletas groups are bigger. García Simental operated from Ensenada to
Tijuana and unloads planes in San Quintín. García Simental does 60-70% of the trafficking and La Perra and El
Muletas get the remaining 30%. García gave them permission to secuestrar because of a lack of economic
resources. Cell included 4-5 Rosarito municipal police.
Article details AFO‟s sophisticated radio technology. But also shows how for $300 you can by a radio scanner
and listen in to police radio. Notes the purchses of Matra that randomizes the frequency and then encrypts it. But
it is expensive as each unit costs $2,500-3,000.
Vicente Zambada Niebla “Vicentillo” was arrested in March and was responsible for the Sinaloa cartel‟s
operations in Baja, parts of Sonora, and Big Bear, California. Alleges that Zambada (son of el Mayo) was the
intellectual author behind the killing of Alfredo de la Torre Márquez in 2000 when Sinaloa was trying to take over
the plaza. The actual killers were caught and it is believed that AFO provided the intellegence for them to be
caught. Violence in Mexicali last year was the result of the split between Sinaloa and Beltrán Leyva (Arturo
Salazar Beltrán operates in Mexicali). (Mentions that the Sinaloa cartel doesn‟t operate in cells like AFO).
Allegations that the minesterial polica support the Sinaloa cartel and that the past procurador was involved.
Zambada supposedly took over the gang that used to work for Ismael El Mayel Higuera (CAF) and controls 60%
of Mexicali market (30% goes to Beltrán and 10% to CAF). (mentions a ton of mariguana intercepted in Mexicali)
Organo Superior de Fiscalización concludes a report over 2007 spending that the state didn‟t comply with the
convenio to get FOSEG money in depuración, adiestramiento, inversión. Of the FOSEG money, de un monto
original por 270,707,900 pesos they didn‟t spend 93,661,000 pesos (34.6%), including 56% in infrastructure, 53%
in formación y profesionalización, investments to be in the Red nacional de información 41%, entre el 29 y el 34
por ciento de lo destinado a Red Nacional de Telecomunicaciones, equipamiento de seguridad, instancias de
coordinación, combate al narcomenudeo y los programas de seguimiento y evaluación. The state was supposed
to evaluate a set number of police but they feel behind those modest numbers on police and did more on
custodios. (376 PEP, 146 municipal, 803 costodios. High obesity, personality problems, low IQ. Bad evaluations
don‟t mean you‟ll get fired. Sistema Nacional de INformacion not well updated with personnel information and
none of the results from control de confianza.
  PGR give “órdenes de presentación” to 18 officers and might increase to 40 (not enough pruebas for ordenes
  de aprehensión”. Started with Carillo Osorio who (as covered in an early 2009 Zeta) was arrested and then
  released and then rearrested some time later. He ended up confessing and naming names. Bolaños (subjefe)
  and Ureña (jefe) admit that they received $500-700 monthly (at times) primarily to clear patrol cars from areas
  where organized crime was working. Claimed bullet or bribe: Said they weren‟t asked – that they feared for
  their lives (but Zeta points out that they didn‟t report to their superiors or step down). Bolaños took over from
  Miranda who stepped down ostensibly because of threats, but Zeta says because García and Sánchez wanted
  him to take sides. Ureña had approved his control de confianza tests in early 2008 and was appointed to head
  the zona Centro after Torres was wounded in Nov. 2008. Police by the name of Jaime Berumen was
  responsible for paying officers and giving instructions. Berumen did not pass control de confianza and latter
  confessed and gave other names.
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35 casos in Tijuana in the first three months of the year and 79 cases in Mexicali (32 in Ensenada). One Tijuana
empresario reported 35 calls. In 2008 there were 307 averiguaciones previas por extorsión telefónica (146 in
Mexicali, 85 in Tijuana, 76 in Ensenada). Also give national numbers 760 extorsiones every 24 hours, 4,500
monthly in DF. De la Rosa promises to propose reformas jurídicas, promote inclusion of Modulo de Extorsión de
Plataforma Mexico, establish prevention campaign, improve 088 and 089 to attend to the problem, create Grupo
Especial de la PEP to attend to, establish Centro Estatal de Denuncia Anónima.
Zeta reporta sobre la creciente cooperación entre las fuerzas del orden, con resultados en la incautación de
cocaína, al igual que la marihuana y mejores trabajos de inteligencia. There is a Grupo de Coordinación headed
by the military that includes federal, state, and municpal police. Article suggests that information sharing between
these bodies about detentions makes it harder for one to later let a detainee go free. Participants in the group
have all passed control de confianza tests. Detentions have helped identify corrupt police and there have been
several arrests as a result (although the article notes few state police arrested). Notes 19 municipal police
detained in Tijuana last year along with 2 ministeriales and another 23 police on March 31. This was a
collaboration between SIEDO and the military. Lists several major drug siezures which are a major improvement
from a mere 2.6 kilos of cocaine decomisioned in 2007. Some suggest impressive investigation, including a
citizen denuncia that lead to a 40 day monitoring and eventually a siezure of 157 kilos in Mexicali from Sinaloa
  Un artículo detallando las posibles complicaciones con la nueva Ley de Extinción de Dominio y sus
repercusiones constitucionales.
Artículo principal explica que aunque cabecillas del CAF han sido detenidas por la autoridad, se han empezado
pocos procesos de extradición y en México se han procesado pocas condenas contra los sospechosos.
Focuses on Isaac Manuel Godoy Castro (El M). Godoy was a municipal police officer who entered into the force
in 1993 and became part of the Fuerzas Especiales. He was subjefe when his boss was assasinated by the
Sinaloa cartel. He left the force and eventually ended up in the cartel, where he rose up through the ranks.
Godoy is listed by the US as a lugarteniente and cell leader and wanted in the US. He was caught April 21 with
drugs and guns, but after 96 hours had still not been charged. Mentions other cases including Eduardo Arellano
Félix. Concerned that organized criminal elements and corrupt police will provide some information in exchange
for imunity or simply will not be charged. Notes that there have been 185 executions in 2009 thus far (84 enero,
31 feb, 42 marzo 28 abril by the 23rd)
Artículo principal detalla la supuesta alianza de sicarios del Ingeniero y Teodoro en contra de la policía municipal
para lograr un repliegue de las fuerzas municipales e incluye detalles de 7 asesinatos de policías. Assasinations
were carried out April 27 by sicarios de García but in coordination with Sánchez. The guns used in the attacks
and the location of the attacks were meant to send a signal to the authorities that the two groups are working
together just over a year since the shoot out in Cañaveral. Godoy had confessed that most of the CAF resources
come from cobro de piso y narcomenudeo and the two groups had agreed to more kidnappings and assaults to
make more money. In April officers were threatened to stay out of Cañón K (a narcomenudeo stronghold) and so
the secretario sent in everyone. Threats were made the next day. April 24 said that an officer would be killed
daily unless Leyzaola left. Another threat over police radio said would kill 30 police. The day of the
assasinations, Leyzaola was out of town and Director Gustavo Huerta Martínez did not respond well.
  Además, dos artículos más incluyen información sobre el número de asesinatos en Baja California en lo que va
del año y el arresto de un ex-policía corrupto que operaba en Mexicali para el cártel de Sinaloa.
Of the police detained in March, 27 (including 2 expolice) were consigados and sent to Nayarit. Says that all
confessed to receiving money and orders from sicarios in the García camp. Gives names.
Artículo principal señala que algunos policías ministeriales han sido acusados de ejecuciones de policías
municipales, pero hasta ahora no hay evidencia alguna para poder comprobarlo.
Articulo sobre la actividad de narcomenudeo en Mexicali.
skipped
Subjefe Abel Santos Salazar was killed May 16 on his way to work in Otay. Confidentially compañeros said that
he was killed for refusing to give information. Santos and three others had been told that they were going to be
sent cell phones and these would be used to give them orders in exchange for $500. Apparently all said no
porque las cosas estaban muy calientes, but threats against them continued until Santos was killed. Leyzaola
complained publically that the assasinations were not being investigated.
Artículo detallando nueva tecnología para detectar contrabando implementada en Sonora.
skipped
Artículo principal sobre la atomización de las bandas de secuestradores en Tijuana, su aumento e impunidad
bajo la que operan. In 2009, there have been 57 privaciones, 43 were freed (municipal uno, Grupo
Antisecuestros 7, 11 liberados sin pago, 12 paying small amounts, 10 paying large amounts $100,000‟s), 17
remain kidnapped, and 6 were assasinated. (51 in Tijuana, 5 in Rosarito, 1 in Mexicali.) Blames the diversification
of crime on (1) cartel infighting (2) decomisos, (3) economic crisis. Says they don‟t have a clear image of the
organization of the gangs but estimate that there are 20 with permission from CAF. Of the 18 individuals most
wanted only one has been detained and that was for a traffic stop (Guillermo Octavio Sánchez Camacho, El Toro)
and another ex ministerial and ex municipal was stopped trying to cross into the US. Many of the people carrying
out the operations are 4 or 5th tier in the organization. The principle leaders are Franciso Manzo Mora (ex-
ministerial works for Sánchez) and Filiberto Parra Ramos (for García). Much of the information came from a
Además artículos sobre procesos legales en contra del Ángel Jácome El Kaibil y un extenso artículo sobre el
narcomenudeo en Tijuana y los recientes cambios en las leyes que facultaran a las policías municipales para
combatir la practica.
Artículo principal detalla la captura de Filiberto Parra Ramos, quien informó sobre la tregua entre El Teo y El
Ingeniero, e incluye información sobre la reorganización de los diferentes grupos delictivos que operan en
Tijuana. Says it was an anonymous tip and not investigation that led to capture by municipal police supported by
the military and the ministerio publico federal. Leyzaola personally participated. When arrested Parra threatened
the police. Parra gave inofrmation about safe houses where García and others could be found but all escaped.
Accused of committing 10 executions and ordering 35 more. Said that García and Sánchez had called a truece
after a fight in late 2008. Said that he had 13 under his control and that they had little money and guns, which is
why they kidnapped. Said the truce was a result of four months where they had lost many men and much money.
But some say that the truce had its problems and that Garcia privó de la libertad someone from Sanchez‟s group
and that Parra was given up by Sánchez‟s people. Suggests insufficient evidence to prosecute and that they he
will be arraigado until they can formally accuse him. Parra had almost been caught before in Baja Seasons (but
Family members of the 24 officers arrested in March have been protesting their detention and alleging torture.
They are not being paid, but they have not been formally fired. The spouses report that the authorities are
pushing them to have the officers voluntarily resign in order to obtain a settlement while threatening that if the
officers are found guilty then the spouses won‟t get anything. The municipality says that they can‟t fire them
because they have the right to an audencia in sindicatura, but the officers are being held in Nayarit. The wives
also report that their husbands were tortured with beatings, electric shock, suffocation, water boarding, and forced
to sign confessions. A denuncia has been presented to the Comisión Interamericana de los Derechos Humanos.
Article also mentions that family members of the 21 detained in the narcobautizo also reported torture. Mentions
one in particular that was thought to be La Perra. One wife says, “siguen ahí encerrados porque no tienen dinero
para pagar buenos abogados o para arreglar las cosas y salir libres.” Another complained that the governor‟s
escoltas went free, but asks what if you don‟t have someone powerful to advocate for you?
Asesinos de policías siguen libres: Claims 3 cell leaders (Jesús Rangel Peña, El Enano, and two ex-policías
Jesús Israel de la Cruz López y Blas Enrique Leyva Esparza) are behind the killing of police on July 6 and 7 (3
officers killed – policía comercial, agente desarmado, woman guarding outside cruz roja). Said García tried to
threaten the authorities into backing off, which resulted in arrests of 8 more of his men, but the killers are still free.
Leyzaola says “yo no dialogo con delincuentes.” Supposedly de la Cruz López was competing to be promoted to
La Perra‟s old position. He had been an officer but left the force in Oct 2007 along with another officer Luis
Gilberto Sanchez Guerrero who had been identified transporting Lopez Uriarte in a patrulla oficial. Leyva Ezparza
was ex-subjefe in La Prensa. He left the force in May 2008 with the first military arrests of police. His
participation in organized crime was “un secreto a voces desde el año 2004.” Supposedly recieved $2,000
monthly and worked for Lopez Uriarte. Suggests that the assasinations were García‟s idea to get Leyzaola to
back of their narcomenudeo operations and sent out an order for different cells to attack. But García and Lopez
are not in Baja Calfornia so the order was only followed by the three previous mentioned. Policía comercial was
killed first and left with a cartulina that said “Si no renuncias „Leisaola‟ te voy a matar 5 x semana.” A half our later
another officer was killed. There had been warnings of an attack in Rosarito, but it didn‟t matter. A female police
Classification                        Questions
El Teo's cells killing police
Difficulty in firing corrupt police




Stats on killings


AFO organization



4 corrupt police killed




AFO conflict
Secuestros and police involvement




El Teo escape at Baja Seasons
Federal police corruption




El Teo escape at Baja Seasons
Federal police corruption




Police depuracion




Corruption in US
Decomiso in Mexicali



Arrests and federal police corruption
Police corruption




Police corruption




Stats on violence


Arrest of Angel Jacome Gamboa




Matra
Organo Superior de la Fiscalizacion    For federal chapter
2007 report




March police arrests
control de confianza is no guarantee




BEST article on depuracion




extortion of businesses
Grupo de coordinacion




Extincion de dominio

Worry about cutting deals with criminals




7 police killed in coordinated attack by
Garcia and Sanchez




Violence and also mexicali

March depuracion
Secuestros




Luís Alonso Pérez

								
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